WoB Talk


People seem to be finding this page, and I didn’t realise it existed, so I may as well put some actual content on it.  WoB Talk is a blog associated with the webcomic West of Bathurst.  A lot of the entries are just there so that readers may comment on the comic, but I also do a Rant every Monday.  Old Rants (going back to 2006) can be accessed rather chaotically here.  I Rant about all sorts of things.  Consistency has never been one of my problems.

West of Bathurst is the story of a young woman, her friends, their graduate residence, and possibly Satan, though no one really knows that last bit for sure.



  1. I just read about you buying a tenor guitar. I too have struggled with guitars due to my small hands. What guitar did you purchase and from where?

    Comment by Dale Brooks — September 23, 2013 @ 2:20 pm

  2. Hi, Dale. I found my tenor online, though I can’t remember which vendor I went with. I chose this one:


    It’s a nice instrument. Gold Tone also does a cheaper laminated version that is supposed to be nice as well. Blueridge tenors also have a good repetition in the budget-tenor-guitar category.

    If you don’t know of a bricks-and-mortar vendor that carries tenors, try to find one via an online vendor offering setup. Amazon sells the TG-18 (to Americans only; I couldn’t have bought the instrument via Amazon), but all its instruments come straight from the factory; if there’s a problem with the guitar, Amazon won’t notice or care. In case you’re American, here’s the Amazon page, which also includes links to a couple of Blueridges:


    And here’s the cheaper Gold Tone on Amazon:


    Ebay also carries a number of new and vintage tenors, though “caveat emptor” applies there.

    Comment by Kari Maaren — September 23, 2013 @ 3:23 pm

  3. I was just insanely curious as to how you pronounce your name. (I happen to share the same name, depending on the pronunciation.)

    Comment by Merenwe — August 9, 2017 @ 3:09 am

  4. Hi, Merenwe. My name rhymes with “starry” and “sari,” not with “marry” and “ferry.”

    Comment by Kari Maaren — August 9, 2017 @ 8:22 am

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